If you grew up in America, you likely have memories of eating pizza rolls as a kid. You would go to a friend’s house and, once everyone realized they were famished, someone would throw some pizza rolls on a plate and stick it in the microwave. Air fryers didn’t exist yet (at least for millennials and older) and ovens took too long.
As soon as the food hit the table, everyone would pounce and end up burning their mouths as lava-like sauce exploded out of the rolls. Somehow you would forget you need to let them cool down. Every. Single. Time. The preservatives and lack of nutrition in the pizza rolls weren’t a concern as you had more important issues than nutrition at hand (like who was going to the middle school dance).